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Wario Stadium as it appears in Mario Kart 64
|Series||Mario Kart series|
|First game||Mario Kart 64|
Mario Kart 64
Wario Stadium is known to be one of the longest courses in Mario Kart 64, resembling a dirt-bike track. The Mario Kart 64 manual states that Wario made and built this stage for himself. This track isn't known to be the most difficult track, but is known to have a jump that if missed or messed up, the player will do the track backwards. This track appears in the Star Cup and the Special Cup. This is one of the difficult tracks in the game. The others are Sherbet Land, Yoshi Valley, and Rainbow Road.
Mario Kart DS
This track is different from the Mario Kart 64 version, but is raced on the Special Cup. This course has seemingly a lot of fireballs, mud puddles, speed boosts, etc. This version is known to be easier and better than the MK64 track with the same name.
Mario Kart 8
This rendition adds antigravity and water elements. The Stadium also now takes place outside instead of the dim original. After the sets of jumps, there is a curve suspended in the air with a fire bar at the end. Not too far after with some jumps, the racers jump into water. Exiting the water leads to a gliding section with a bunch of coins to fly in.
- In MKDS Wario Stadium is still longer.
- Interestingly, there is a glitch that the player is possible to perform when you start the track and after hopping off the bump hop again and you'll skip a chunk of the track
- The three Wario stadium-themed are all long. Wario Colosseum being the longest.
- The Mario Kart 8 rendition has a hanging sign for the finish line. Along with the new Mario Circuit, these two courses can have the racers bump into the sign